Resources

Resource Toolkit for Natural Happiness Book

No Results Found

The page you requested could not be found. Try refining your search, or use the navigation above to locate the post.

Seven Seeds of Natural Happiness

Just click on the resource you want

No Results Found

The page you requested could not be found. Try refining your search, or use the navigation above to locate the post.

Other useful resources and processes

Cycles of progress map

This tool is an invitation to map your progress over time, including the ups and downs, and to celebrate both, and see if there are any cycles involved.   During my 20 years in business management and my Harvard MBA studies, progress was always defined as linear...

read more

Friendship Tips

Cultivating a garden takes some dedication and skill, and friendships need this too. One of the big improvements in my 50s and 60s has been more and better friendships.  These friendships oil the gearbox of life: lubricating changes and crises which could be...

read more

Newsletters

Natural Happiness sends out newsletters with interesting features and new updates on a range of subjects associated with gardening and wellbeing. Please sign up below.

Past Issues

Check out previous issues of the Natural Happiness Newsletter here:

Issue 60 – March/April 2024 – Book launch issue

Issue 59 – January/February 2024 – Growing through 2024 with Natural Happiness

Issue 58 – November 2023 – Joy and Resilience

Issue 57 – September 2023 – Add new dimensions to your outlook

Issue 56 – July 2023 – Exploring the Future – some more!

Issue 55 – May 2023 – Deepening with the Earth

Issue 54 – March 2023 – Seeing life differently

Issue 53 – January 2023 – Embracing the Future

Issue 52 – November 2022 – Reality vs. Magical Thinking

Issue 51 – September 2022 – Rooting for local communities

Issue 50 – July 2022 – Exploring future hopes

Issue 49 – May 2022 – Discernment or distraction?

Issue 48 – March 2022 – Navigation aids for a world beyond normal

Issue 47 – January 2022 – Natural Happiness Seed 4: Co-creativity